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Thread: A block quilt with a hint of log cabin

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    Senior Member ozarkgal's Avatar
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    A block quilt with a hint of log cabin

    A customer sent this in and said you decide. We put on a variety of block pattern that repeat as they move down the quilt. The border is called 'Celtic Knot',this quilt has a cotton batting and she would like to bind it herself.

    Hopefully the pictures can provide some ideas/inspiration
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    Pretty colors. Love the back!

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    Beautiful!! Looks a little like a quarter log cabin block.
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    Your quilting is beautiful! Do you use stencils?
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    Beautiful, I love it!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ontheriver View Post
    Beautiful!! Looks a little like a quarter log cabin block.
    Yes! I knew it looked like something, but had a "senior moment" & couldn't think of exactly what it was (don't'cha hate it when that happens? LOL!). This is one beautiful quilt! Thanks for sharing it with us!
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    Beautiful quilt and beautiful quilting! I especially like the knots in the borders! Great job!

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    Bravo, I am sure she will love the quilting. The entire thing is wonderful.

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    Beautiful quilt and quilting.

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    Beautiful!
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    I like that design, and your quilting in the borders is beautiful. I can picture that design in southwest fabrics nicely.
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    Thank you for the idea. I am making scrappy blocks and will use your idea of separting each block
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    OMG! Sew beautiful. Looks like it can be a reversible quilt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tweety2911 View Post
    Your quilting is beautiful! Do you use stencils?
    No, I use laser light and for the last two years more and more computer layouts.
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    That is very pretty. Quilting is wonderful.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    Very pretty quilt.

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    Just want to cuddle under this quilt, beautiful job..

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    Looks good! Nic job!

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